Braidwood Associates, the specialist microsimulation traffic modelling consultancy, has become the first company operating in the United States to achieve Paramics Trainer Accreditation from Quadstone Paramics and is now fully accredited in, Paramics V6, one of the world’s most advanced microsimulation traffic software systems.
Richard Braidwood, president of Braidwood Associates, said: “Our certified Paramics Trainer status for the new V6 software is an important part of our ongoing investment in infrastructure and transport management projects across the United States.
“Braidwood has already contributed directly to major traffic modelling projects in places such as California, New York and Wisconsin and the latest Paramics Trainer accreditation allows us to continue supporting US Departments of Transport and private corporations with the most advanced support available in the market place.
“The business is already recognised in the United States and Canada as the leading consultancy in the application of Paramics and the company’s success in gaining accreditation for Paramics V6 ensures we are well positioned to deliver the best advice to our customers.”
Ewan Speirs, Quadstone Paramics Technical Director, said “Our goal with the Paramics APT scheme is to allow new Paramics users to be trained by the most skilled and experienced Paramics experts the industry has to offer, sharing knowledge and building a stronger Paramics community. We are delighted to work with an industry leading organisation like Braidwood Associates.”
In the five years since its foundation, Braidwood Associates has become one of the world’s leading independent microsimulation traffic modelling consultancies. Richard Braidwood has built a business that provides specialist services to 20 clients across the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia. The company is advising on traffic modelling for some of the busiest highways and most populated cities in the world. Additionally Braidwood Associates also works with partners on infrastructure development projects at hubs such as airports and stations.